Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked over 1.4 million fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during November, according to Mark Oliver, chief of the Fisheries Division. The total stocking of fish weighed more than 118,400 pounds.

November stockings:

Amon’s Lake, Baxter County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Amon’s Lake, Baxter County, 400 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Ann, Benton County, 11,300 yearling black crappie

Lake Ann, Benton County, 1,130 yearling channel catfish

Lake Atalanta, Benton County, 2,500 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Avalon, Benton County, 6,700 yearling black crappie

Lake Avalon, Benton County, 670 yearling channel catfish

Beaver Lake, Benton County, 30,000 yearling channel catfish

Beaver Lake, Benton County, 400 adult black crappie

Big Creek, Searcy County, 300 catchable channel catfish

Boyle Park Pond, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Brittany, Benton County, 3,500 yearling black crappie

Cabot Community Pond, Lonoke County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Cargile, Conway County, 5,120 yearling white crappie

Lake Catherine, Garland County, 1,425 catchable rainbow trout

Cherrywood Lake, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Conway, Faulkner County, 17 adult black crappie

Lake Conway, Faulkner County, 13,000 yearling black crappie

Lake Conway, Faulkner County, 260 adult white crappie

Lake Conway, Faulkner County, 187,000 yearling white crappie

Craighead Forest Kids Pond, Craighead County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

DeGray Regulation Pool, Clark County, 20,000 yearling black crappie

Lake DeQueen, Sevier County, 33,000 yearling black crappie

Devils Den State Park, Washington County, 375 catchable rainbow trout

DeWitt City Lake, Arkansas County, 450 catchable channel catfish

Diamond Lake, Izard County, 360 catchable channel catfish

Entergy Park Lake, Garland County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Family Park Lake, Garland County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Frierson, Greene County, 10,098 catchable saugeye

Greers Ferry Lake, Cleburne County, 11,000 yearling blue catfish

Gunner Pool, Stone County, 308 catchable channel catfish

Lake Hamilton, Garland County, 1,350 catchable rainbow trout

Harris Brake Lake, Perry County, 45,912 yearling white crappie

Lake Hinkle, Scott County, 245 adult black crappie

Lake Hinkle, Scott County, 150,000 yearling black crappie

Lake Hinkle, Scott County, 108,723 yearling white crappie

Kiwanis Park, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Little Missouri River, Montgomery County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout

Little Red River, Stone County, 303 catchable channel catfish

Little Red River, Cleburne and White Counties, 4,000 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Loch Lomond, Benton County, 50,652 yearling black crappie

Lake Loch Lomond, Benton County, 4,770 yearling channel catfish

MacArthur Park Lake, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Martin Luther King Park, Jefferson County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Mike and Janet Huckabee Kids Pond, Hempstead County, 250 catchable channel catfish

Mirror Lake, Stone County, 1,250 catchable rainbow trout

Murphy Park Lake, Washington County, 750 catchable rainbow trout

Narrows Dam Tailwater, Pike County, 7,330 catchable rainbow trout

North Lake, Fulton County, 100 catchable channel catfish

Lake Norwood, Benton County, 3,500 yearling black crappie

Pioneer Lake, Izard County, 200 catchable channel catfish

Pleasant View Park Pond, Pope County, 600 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Rayburn, Benton County, 4,500 yearling black crappie

Rich Mountain Comm. College Pond, Polk County, 300 catchable rainbow trout

Rock Creek, Pulaski County, 750 catchable rainbow trout

Salem City Lake, Fulton County, 300 catchable rainbow trout

Saline River, Grant County, 10,000 yearling black crappie

Sherwood City Pond, Pulaski County, 500 catchable rainbow trout

Spring River, Fulton County, 3,270 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Springdale, Washington County, 750 catchable rainbow trout

Stinger Lake, Stone County, 200 catchable rainbow trout

Sylamore Creek, Stone County, 310 catchable channel catfish

Tahkodah Camp, Independence County, 308 catchable channel catfish

Lake Valencia, Pulaski County, 1,000 catchable rainbow trout

War Memorial City Park Lake, Pulaski County, 400 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Welles, Sebastian County, 1,100 catchable rainbow trout

West Memphis City Park Lake, Crittenden County, 750 catchable rainbow trout

White River, Baxter, Izard, Marion and Stone Counties, 32,000 catchable rainbow trout

Lake Whitstine, Independence County, 305 catchable channel catfish

Lake Windsor, Benton County, 22,000 yearling black crappie

Lake Windsor, Benton County, 2,200 yearling channel catfish

Wrape Plantation Lake, Arkansas County, 150 catchable channel catfish

Greers Ferry NFH

Lake Hamilton, Garland County, 4,950 catchable rainbow trout

Little Red River, Cleburne County, 21,452 catchable rainbow trout

Narrows Dam Tailwater, Pike County, 2,670 catchable rainbow trout

Norfork River, Baxter County, 15,000 fingerling brook trout

White River, Baxter and Marion Counties, 15,000 fingerling brook trout

Norfork NFH

Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 2,136 catchable rainbow trout

Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 6,024 fingerling brown trout

Bull Shoals Lake, Baxter and Marion Counties, 20,000 yearling rainbow trout

Norfork River, Baxter County, 5,835 catchable rainbow trout

Norfork River, Baxter County, 3,750 fingerling brown trout

Norfork River, Baxter County, 1,250 fingerling brown trout

White River, Baxter, Izard, Marion and Stone Counties, 32,468 catchable rainbow trout

Image courtesy Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

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